Poems About: POVERTY
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229.HOW LUCKY WE ARE
Do we ever really realise
how very lucky we are?
Living lives of comfort
Removed from poverty by far. read more »Arti Chopra
Empty, vacant lots, standing barren, desolate, forgotten.
So much like the poor are portrayed in every day news and stories.
Yet, never does anyone look beneath poverty, it's joy at times, of very little things.
Staunchly sitting at the edge, looking over, knowing that at the end their situation in life is better than those with lots of money. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Twinkling stars of poverty's eyes, stay stranded in
my mind, watching the depravity of lives starving
inside for companionship. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
They are the future of humanity
But many of them living in poverty
And without shelter homeless on the street
Searching through rubbish bins for scraps of food to eat. read more »Francis Duggan
233.We Cannot Have Trust And Justice
We cannot have trust and justice if we deny the truth
If in the face of prejudice we do remain as mute
Where one race feels superior to another there never can be trust
Let us drink to equality and what is right and just read more »Francis Duggan
234.Unemployment I Hate You
I was at varsity in my comfort zone.
I never knew the reality.
My dreams were unlimited.
Sky was the limit. read more »Unknown Unpopular
235.Can You Imagine
Can you imagine – a world without love
Can you imagine- no stars up above
Can you imagine- no animals to be found
And the ones you see are dead on the ground. read more »louis rams
236.The Forgotten Hungry And Homeless
The forgotten hungry and homeless nowadays to be found everywhere
There are millions of them close to a billion in the bigger World out there
The refugees of drought stricken Lands and of warlords and the homeless of Poverty Street
Basic human rights of them are denied shelter from the weather and enough for to eat read more »Francis Duggan
The horrific specter called Poverty,
Ruining most illustrious of men;
Denying them much of their liberty;
Suppressing talents and scholastic ken. read more »Dr John Celes
238.Sad And Lonely
As I started sipping
my daily lovely coffee
A race of memories just began in my mind
of old days, the hard and the easy read more »Taher Shemaly
239.21 - Victorian Poverty
A period of extreme poverty of the lower working classes
As they worked to the death the rich sat politely on their arses
London’s poor tried to scrape a living doing jobs the devil created
As the rich sat at their windows laughing at the pitiful souls they hated read more »nicola burkett
240.Liberty or Naxalism
When virtues become vice
Divide and rule become device
When relations don't matter
When chatting turns into clatter read more »Shashikant Nishant Sharma